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Typographic Norms (Anthony Froshaug)

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Editor: Anthony Froshaug
Publisher: The Kynoch Press, London
Publication: 1964, First Edition
Binding: Softcover, perfect-bound
Pages: 22
Size: 205 x 290
Text: English
Design: Anthony Froshaug
Print: The Kynoch Press, London

Anthony Froshaug was an English typographer, designer and teacher, born in London to a Norwegian father and English mother. Influenced by ideas of European modernism, particularly the work of Jan Tschichold, Froshaug is considered by some to be the most convincing exponent of modern typography in Britain.

A series of fold-out pages (4 and 6pp.), letterpress printed, one side only, on white one side cast coated paper. Printed red and black throughout. The cover devised and thermographically printed on Matt black in coated stock. Complete with single sheet loose insert carrying biographical information on Froshaug.

(Foreword) 'Typographic Norms is the third in the series of graphic design essays printed & published by The Kynoch Press in co-operation with the Designers & Art Directors Association of London. These publications have been commissioned either from award winners in the first Design & Art Direction Exhibition, which was held in London in 1963, or from selected leading designers in the field of graphic design.'

Condition: Very Good. All titles are used and show shelf ware consistent with age. Rubbing and very light marking to cover, with pasted down publishers note to bottom right corner. Interior clean other than light tanning to outer edges of pages. Glued wraps have pulled away from the cover, slight weakening to binding. Please contact me for further information on condition.

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